Mercury prize 2002
Ms Dynamite: Blast of fresh air
In the past year, there has been no more compelling pop talent than Ms Dynamite. In an exclusive interview, the Mercury Prize winner talks about race, rap... and big booty.
22, Sep, 2002 @10:45 AM
The Mercury prize
20, Sep, 2002 @2:37 PM
Ms Dynamite's big achievement
Ms Dynamite exploded into the national consciousness this week as the first black female performer to win the Mercury Music prize. She might be commercial - but she still rocks.
19, Sep, 2002 @10:20 AM
Comment: Ms Dynamite
18, Sep, 2002 @2:44 PM
Ms Dynamite's victory blasts Mercury norms
Angelique Chrisafis, arts correspondent
18, Sep, 2002 @8:20 AM
Putting aside tacky image and dubious past
31, Jul, 2002 @3:28 PM
'Joyful' Mercury eschews safe bets
Maev Kennedy, arts and heritage correspondent
31, Jul, 2002 @9:57 AM
Doves and Streets up for Mercury prize
Staff and agencies
30, Jul, 2002 @6:37 PM
The Mercury Prize comment: a serious shortlist for music's serious prize
30, Jul, 2002 @3:09 PM
Inspired by Destiny's Child, WWF and William S Burroughs, Birkenhead boy wonders the Coral are about to unleash one of the most intriguing debuts of the year. Imran Ahmed reports.
27, Jul, 2002 @9:47 PM
Alpha females: The rap artist
Ms Dynamite (Niomi McLean-Daley), 21, has just released her debut album. Her latest single 'It Takes More' has been a huge hit this summer.
21, Jul, 2002 @3:25 PM
CD of the week: The Coral: The Coral
19, Jul, 2002 @9:48 PM
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